If you want history, start with river towns. In Arkansas, that means (primarily) the Arkansas and the White Rivers.
Augusta, the county seat of Woodruff County, was established just before the Civil War, and its Presbyterian church had its foundation laid in 1861. Riverboat traffic on the White made Augusta a target for the Union army, so the church wasn't finished until 1871. It served the county as a church for exactly one hundred years and today is home to the Augusta Heritage Center.
A photo of the church in the Encyclopedia of Arkansas shows a steeple. The date on the photo is 2005, so it must have been removed since then.
Here's one of two plaques. The other one calls it Woodruff County Presbyterian.